Recently, I’ve attended an Expert session live on the industrial use case of OpenShift by the industry experts:-
Mr. Neeraj Bhatt
- Senior Technical Engineer- OpenShift, Redhat
Mr. Vijit Kuntal
- Consultant, Infosys Belgium
Mr. Rushil Sharma
- Customer Engineer Hybrid Cloud, Google
CVS or Concurrent Version System is a revision control system that allows a team to keep a track of all changes that are being made and also know who is developing what.
-It consists of an efficient compression system called delta compression which makes efficient use of storage.
-This uses a Central server in order to store files letting teams work on it in collaboration. Even though it runs on a single repo, the users can directly access the internal server and operate directly into the repo
1. It won’t have a repository locally available.
2] But if and when the central server has crashed or corrupted, it’ll result in losing the entire data of that project.
-Git is a simpler example in which a project can have contributors with a local copy of the main repo
-The contributors can work on it in their own local machine without any intermission
-They even provide Multiple envs for production in a manner such that teams can work in a more secure fashion without any interference with other teams.
- Global Traffic Manager or GTM for short, is a DNS distributor that provides load balancing services between two or more sites or geographic locations.
-Chaotic testing is a method in which we create a situation in which continuously random cause of failures in a production system
-This is for testing its capabilities to work under the various types of load
-The CPU requests are assigned by the scheduler in order to obtain a node with a well-suited envi for our container
So the CPU limits are to be at its maximum number of millicores that will be provided to the microservice
- So CPU restricts the maximum limit of the usage of CPU by the containers within a POD
-OpenShift is a tool that provides Security Context Constraints or SCCs in short, this controls the actions of a pod in which can perform and what it has the ability to work with.
-Namespace is a Linux Kernal feature in which kernel partitioning, allows us to allocation specific compute power and storage for performing specific tasks
- Grafana is a tool that lets us create visuals of a matrix which is produced via resources
Thank you for the time~!